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"PANCAKE DAY" AT SWEA CITY --.- Â»...i UU i i auLtiKe JJav J^VQ representatives from the Hubbard Milling company baked trfrfSf Z ba ^ ng 54 CakeS Â°" Â«* griddle at a time. Serving began at 11 a. m., with continuous serving until 3:30 p. m. The "Viking Entertainers" furnished the music throughout the d a ; -ppu'njis'oi ; ' : gallon's of" syrup. " Folks from 'Fenton, Ringsted Armstrong, . Fairmont, Lonerock, Algona, Ledyard, Lakota, Bancroft, Elmore, Granada a n d Guckeen, Minn., were registered. Barn in Vicinity of Lime Springs Burns LIME SPRINGS-,The bam on Â·the farm of Mrs. Delia Davis burned to the ground.Wednesday ; morj)irjÂ»...Cause; of, -the^'iire^ was unknown.' ' ' Â· " " Â· ' : '-'\.-'-Â·..'Â· Correct this udent gets a the dean, "it j eral education. Gazette, MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE Named Head of Navy Nurses e: "When a here," said 'Â· he has a lib-- Cedar To H, ny if "EXPOSITION ton a unman insist on ilroight- her hwbmif; lit? Because she Â·aad of him--he's an important of fur daily "Exposition," tin.' Â§*t^*~^- Every meal is an "Exposition"for coffee To quote an old saying, "Everyone speaks of Ac fair as he finds it." That makes it necessary for your coffee always to be at iu best. Of course, that isn't difficult if you exhibit Hills Bros. Coffee in the cup. Its matchless flavor brings instant approval. For sixty- one years millions of women have depended upon its-unvarying quality.-Again and again they have heard this enthusiastic praise--"Now that's what I call goad coffee!" H I I. I S B R O S C O F F E E KRAFT'S - CHEESE, 2-ib. Box 45C Bacol ib. 19c 29c Milk c aLn Â°s 9e 25c White Flour, 5-lb. sack . . j[3c Salmon, 2 for li or Spaghetti, 3 ibV..'.' ' 1 25c Pure Vanilla, Bof Miracle Whip, qt.. Peanut Butter l O c ' l S c Best Nut Meats, Ib. "Â· Best Popcorn, 4 Ibs.. . ; Brooms 39c, 49c, 59c ( Mar. Red Cherries, bot Tea Sittings, Ib. pkg ' Cocoanut, pkg.. . IQc ' Argo Starch, 3 Ibs.. ; T v .,, Â·, 15c Grapefruit, 2 cans ; I5c Vanilla F/avor, 8 or , Toilet Paper, 1,000 Sheets','5 rolls' " " Peaches or Apricots, aun ,i ca Â°_ /; ; ^ FLOUR Quaker Oat Meal, 5 Ib. bag- 2S C Mother Hubbard, 49 Ibs. S ' sj'w Jersey Cream, 49 Ibs i-^ Tr " B1 "- Â« Ibs ; .".'.'."si 39 VEGETABLES Baked Beans, 5 cans 25c Good Pofafpes, pk. . Z3c Ilcad Lctiucc', iffe Sc-lbc Celery, bunch lOc-lSe Saucr Kraut, qt. can .... lo c lOc Tom. Juice, 3 cans .. 25c Corn or Peas, lOc, 3 for . ZSc I5c Peas,, 2 cans Z 5c ISc Corn, 2 cans 25c Kidney Beans, Ige. can .. lOc Lima. Beans, large can ... lOc bpinach, large can .. .. irjc Bumpkin, per can I 0c 18c Catsup Hilex 6allon FLOUR 5Ib. sacks Graham, AVliole nil eat. Dark Hve 19c 10 Ib. sack 35c Libby's Block Lobe! Peoches, 2'/ 2 Con 19 C Carroh or Kidney Beans, 5 cans . 25c Tuna F,sh, large con ...... 10c/ 15c 18c 25e Tomato Juice, No. 5 Can . . ' 5" Good Luck, |fa. i 9 c ...... 'Â·*= lOc Puffets, 2 pkgs.'/. ] 5 c Asparagus Tips, can.. 15c Peers Soap, 5 bprs. . . . 19 C JOc Spaghetti, 3 cans 25c 10c Horniny, 3 cans.. 25c ^""= e Albert or Velvet lOc 10c Baked Beons, 3 for 25c Brown Sugar, 4 Ibs,... 25c ? r .- S t J- B e Q n s ' 3 wns 25c Buckwheat Pancake Flour 3H Ib. sack 15c ISc Bluinir Bottle 9c Cocoa Ln b 14c S 8 pAG P |5fiT, MACAR0 !;' " 5 Packages ,.-.,....,.. 2$G 3 Phones, 112, 113, 114 ,,. FRUIT Oran ff es, 2 dozen Teaches, No. 10 can"" Seedless Grapefruit. 3 7, ^0, 12 for Ra[Â«ms, seeded,"ph's! 1 .' ' Kaisms, pkg. Prunes,. 2 Ibs. lirge Prunes. 3 Ibs. mcd. "' Dried Peaches, 2 Ibs Grapefruit Jc., No. 5 can' Mixed Fruits, 3 cans Get Your Cigorettes Here Tob| eUse, Â« - _ IJC MEATS -- ALL KltfDS Freshly Ground Coffee p ound Oranges, Sweet and Juicy 512 First Street S. W. w if- . Dauser is Pictured in Washington after she officially took over new post as suncrm- (endent of the rjiiKed Slates Aavy nurse corps. FRANCHISEFOT GAS GRANTED Special Election Planned April 1 1 on Natural Gas Issue JOICE--At a special meeting of the town council Tuesday evening, a 2a year franchise "to furnish the town oÂ£ Joice with natural gas was granted to the Peoples Natural Gas company. L. T. Shaw of Omaha, Nebr represented the company at the meeting. A special election will be held April 11 at the Joice school for the people to determine whether they want gas. All expense oÂ£ the election will be paid by the gas company. Here and There Visits at Iowa. City _ MANLY -- Mrs. Joe Macku is visiting her daughter. Nina a student at the State University of Iowa, who is ill with influenza. Are Weekend Guests B E L M O N O --Mr. and Mrs. Weigand of Spirit Lake were weekend guests at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Greenlander. In Music Festival HANLONTOWN --The l o c a l band, girls' glee club and several small groups and soloists took part m the music festival at Northwood March 7. Leave for Green Bay, Wis. BELMOND--Mr. and Mrs Herbert Steenblock left Thursday for their home in Green Bay, Wis after spending a week at the per-' ental Steenblock home following tue death of Harm Steenblock. Son Js Born SWEA CITY--Born to Mr. and Mrs. Henry Fielding a 9 puund son on IVlarch G. Visit at DCS Moincs Â· ST. ANSGAH--B. T. Hegland ana! Â£Imer Haug spent two davs the first of the week in Des momes. At Parental Home KANAWHA--Mr. and Mrs. Orville Faber of Owatonna, Minn spent the weekend at the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. W .ludd. and Mr. and Mrs L E Faber. Go to Minneapolis CHESTER _ Mrs. W. J Armstrong, daughters, Nola and.Kath- leen, ana son, Darrall. were visitors in Minneapolis Monday. Woman, 100, "Never III" WINGHAM, Ont., (U.Ri--Mrs Margaret Meuser has celebrated her 100th birthday at her home in nearby Elmwood with the boast she 'had never been sick" in her life. Offering no advice on how to attain longevity, she said she had never taken "medicine of any Little Cedar's Just a Mere Club Meeting Held; Program Given : LITTLEy.CEDAR--the' Just-a- Jle're-c'luljvmqtiat ihc;hpme -oj[:Mrs. Arnold Hullma'n "Tuesday with Mrs. Albert Hultman and Mrs Albert Johnson as assisting host- / u ' l Â°j t l? ck lunche Â°n was served followed by a business meeting Mrs. Ft. E. Emerson presented the home project lesson ^on "Proper f i t t i n g - of Dresses and Alteration of Patterns." Plans for Achiever-lent day were discussed The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. O. J. Schuc'hart, April 4. Missionary of China Clarksviiie Visitor CLARKSVILLE-Miss Balanch Apple who has served as mission- f.7 T? S h '" a and who is no Â«' '" the U. S. on leave of absence is spending the week in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs L C A Pp^- Miss Apple has just completed a short course for missionaries, which was held at Ames SOLOIST WILL GIVE CONCERT THURSDAY, MARCH 9, 193S . , . . Y Chicago', BooJced : at : "" Garner on Tuesday GARNER-- Burton Lynn Jack- soil of Chicago, marimba solnist, win present a concert at the Garner high school auditorium at S P. m. Tuesday under auspices of the Garner high school band. Don U. Anderson, director of the band said ticket sale will be started this week. Mr. Jackson was a member of the marimba symphony orchestra which played at the Chicago worlds fair i n 1033 and which toured Europe in 1935. lie will present a concert at Bntt Monday night and will then come to Garner lor his local appearance. Nashua Woman Goes to Films; Loses N A S H U A -- A night at the mayics ; proved -rather expensive for Mr. .and' JMrs. .Charles -'SieyerL; rÂ«*nOy;/a.V'trjfc ifoliou.ingOmoJri- ing they were unable to find a' bag of money containing $80 that -Mrs. Sievert had carried in a bag that night. HARD FOR THE INNOCENT . Mk-higan has ..released a prisoner unjustly convicted of murflei- :ia,ye;,rsa fi O f .It ta^s, a .long, Ume to -gel .out - i f , you -aren't,' a -" real criminal.--Buffalo Evening News. A free land pleases everybody The politicians run things, as in other lands, and the people are happy in thinking they do it -- Kcwanee Star Courier BUY! SAVE! OUR BREAKFAST-Dcisd, Greea Bag 3 SWEET GIHL-A men - can t, oaf SWEET GIRL. FINEST QUALITY VEGETABLES GOLDEN BANTAM M^ _m _ ^^ ~ u i W i _ n D ^ n t M M TOMATOES I NO. 2 CANS SWEET GIRL--PORK 5 BEANS... 4^,25Â° SV/EET G1HL--Red Fancy SALMON. National has tKe Everyday Low Pricei 23 YOU NEVER MET A CRACKER THAT CAN DO AS MUCH FOR YOU AS R1TZ! I T B R I G H T E N S U P M E A L S -It's sheer magic the way Kirs puts iifl into old familiar menus! Many a hurried housewife has rescued a 'lefc-ovcr"meal from the doldrums by Just sparking it up with Ritz. IPS PERFECT FOR PARTIES- Jlitr has banished the "what-to- scrvc" worrj-. Guests would rather cat ihcsc golden-brown tempters Jhan mosc anything else! Why? Because Rit* has a nut-like flavor everyone loves. You won't find it in any other cracker! IT'S MARVELOUS "MUNCHING" --For bctwecn-meal hunger pangs there s nothing; more satisfying than crunchy Ritz. Remember too, Ritz is always fresh ... gloriously browned . . . full of flavor. A special baking secret protects K i t z fresh goodness--down to the last one in the package! T.ay i,j a go oil supply of helpful Kit: for the weak-end. SUGGESTION OF THE WEEK! HavInK trouble Kcltinfr the youngsters in Jrinl; roiljj? A /civ innfjy Ritz trill make it lid c aoivn wiihtim , ptntcit. Mothers say 11 works like mapic! Green. V Ud 3*17Â° 109 1V SOFT. ABSORBENT TISSUE SAVE On Household Need* ALL OUT OF DESSERT IDEAS? S e r v e FIG N E W T O N S 1 R i c h golden-brown coke and luscious free-ripened fig filling. Products of NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY GUARANTEED FRESH _ rJ A FOR RAYONS. SILKS and WOOLENS LUX FLAKES | NEW SUDS FOR WASHING HNE THINGS DREFT ... 2 ft 27' IT FLOATS IVORY SOAP 4 ffi 25' F I S H F O f r L E N T K A 7 I O N A L H A S A C O M ? L E T E " V A R I Becker's ^t rf^ * A Â» ^ w -- -- ^^tF BRAND HIGHEST flU VINEGAR CURED -- CUT UP SPICED HERRING Â£ 98' PISH. HUETS . . . 15- CODFlSH-B,n ele ss. OR YOUR MONEY BACK Â· AT ALL BETTER STORES Â· NATIONAt'S QUALTiTY MEATS Fancy Boneless FISH fÂ«|/ FILLETS.. Lb.**/2C Sable, Perch Fillets or CUT LUNCH HERRING Lb. Fresh Mode PEANUT BUTTER ...... Lb. Wisconsin Full CREAM CHEESE .Lb.